The Visual & Performing Arts Department presented their High School Music Cafe Night, with students performing 29 songs. Thank you to our Grauer community for coming to the performance to support our Grauer musicians!
Our annual Discover Grauer Day Open House was held on November 4, and we met so many incredible families who came to learn more about The Grauer School’s balanced, holistic program. We sincerely appreciate everyone who made this event such a success!
Congratulations to our 9th Grade students on their Matriculation into High School! Each year, the students receive sweatshirts with the school's name and the students' graduation year not just to symbolize their enhanced connectivity to the school's community, but to mark our confidence in their journey to adulthood.
Grauer Physics students researched, designed, and built their own CO2-powered race cars made of wood or 3-D printed material, and competed in two areas: Aesthetics and Speed. This is a great example of project-based learning which gives students a much deeper understanding of the curriculum.
Students shared a magical moment on the Fall Expedition 2023 to Bahia de los Angeles in Mexico, when they were able to swim with a whale shark and feel connected to something much greater than themselves. Expeditionary Learning at its finest!
Grauer's Shockwave #3848 High School Robotics team represented The Grauer School at the Encinitas Oktoberfest event on September 24, as an outreach event for their team. The students demonstrated their robot and promoted the FIRST Robotics program at the event.
Two of The Grauer School's Senior athletes were recognized during an informal Signing Ceremony, celebrating their intent to attend college and participate in their sport of choice.
Congratulations to Brandon D. '25 for playing his cello with the San Diego Youth Symphony at multiple performances of The Nutcracker ballet, and to Charlotte R. '24 for performing the challenging role of the Arabian soloist ballet dance!
Congratulations to Ezri R. '25 for organizing and leading a march to draw attention to the human rights violations against Iranian women and to stand in solidarity with the Iranian people.
The Grauer Archives: News Stories & Weekly Newsletters
Join Dr. Grauer on Indonesia's serene Lombok Island for this story that rethinks intelligence through the lens of nature's vast sensory world and the limitations of modern education. This is a journey that inspires you to remove some limitations on how we might all bring about change.
Play is the embodiment of discovery, a path to strength and curiosity. As children grow, their innate drives for curiosity, play, willfulness, and sociability must be fostered, not hindered. This column gives educators and parents the knowledge and tools to ignite the "play circuit" in your students.
How can our students distinguish fact from fiction or uncertainty? What was once a mundane task, “don’t forget to cite your sources!” has now become a literal pillar of our whole democracy. Educators and parents must teach and instill a sense of informed skepticism in our graduates.
In a world rife with challenges and threats, how do we navigate the turmoil with compassion and understanding? Drawing inspiration from ancient Talmudic wisdom, this story helps us explore the practical role of compassion in education and community-building.
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